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Ozaukee County, WI

Ozaukee County, WI

Ozaukee County, located along twenty-five miles of Lake Michigan shoreline, may be the smallest county in land size in the state but it offers a lot to its visitors. An area full of nature’s beauty and cultural heritage, Ozaukee County is just fifteen minutes from downtown Milwaukee and two hours from Chicago. Its parks and recreational areas offer breathtaking views. Its working museums highlight the rich historic traditions that settlers brought to Ozaukee County that can still be experienced today. Ozaukee County is also a haven for artists whether it’s paint on canvass or the performing arts there are plenty of opportunities to experience the Countryside, Lakeside and Historic Places of Ozaukee County.

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Ozaukee County, WI

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  • Divers Delight Charter Learn

    Find out more about scheduling a scuba diving trip to see the shipwrecks!

    Learn more about Divers Delight Charter
  • Tour of America’s Dairyland Learn

    For more information on the Giro d’ Grafton and the Tour of America’s Dairyland races

    Learn more about Tour of America’s Dairyland
  • Maritime Heritage Festival Learn

    To schedule your boat tour at the Maritime Heritage Festival.

    Learn more about Maritime Heritage Festival
  • Wine & Harvest Festival Learn

    To find out more about the Wine & Harvest Festival

    Learn more about Wine & Harvest Festival
  • Luxembourg Fest of America Learn

    Go here for a schedule of events at the Luxembourg Fest of America

    Learn more about Luxembourg Fest of America
  • Sturgeon Fest Learn

    Track the released sturgeon and learn more about Sturgeon Fest here

    Learn more about Sturgeon Fest
  • Baymont Inn Stay

    Baymont Inn & Suites Grafton / Milwaukee hotel combines Midwestern charm with a homey setting. Only 25 miles from General Mitchell International Airport and less than 20 miles from downtown Milwaukee, our Grafton, WI, hotel is only eight miles from downtown Port Washington and five miles from historic Cedarburg.

    Learn more about Baymont Inn
  • Ozaukee County Parks and Trails! Play

    Harrington Beach State Park, Riveredge Nature Center, Sauk Creek Nature Preserve, Interurban Trail.

    Learn more about Ozaukee County Parks and Trails!
  • Events in Ozaukee County! See

    With so many special events going on in Ozaukee County, you may find the need to visit often. From Blues Concerts to Sail Boat Races, there is always so much to do!

    Learn more about Events in Ozaukee County!
  • Ozaukee County parks Play

    Learn more about Ozaukee County parks.

    Learn more about Ozaukee County parks
  • Ozaukee Interurban Trail Play

    The Trail connects the Ozaukee communities of Mequon, Thiensville, Cedarburg, Grafton, Port Washington and Belgium by using the existing right-of-way owned by We Energies. The Trail can be used as a commuter route for employment, businesses, industry, and commerce.

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  • Ozaukee County Time Capsule Learn

    May 10th the time capsule was opened and its contents saw the light of day for the first time in 100 years. The tin box, lined with copper, contained 117 items placed in it by county officials and residents 100 years ago.

    Learn more about Ozaukee County Time Capsule
  • Order more information on Ozaukee County and on the Ozaukee Interurban Trail Learn

    Discover a treasure trove of things to see, do, and enjoy in Wisconsin’s grandest east coast county. From the shores of Lake Michigan to the rolling rustic country-side, Ozaukee County retains its rural charm and is committed to preserving its pioneer heritage.

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  • History in Ozaukee County Learn

    Ozaukee County is the smallest land area County in the State of Wisconsin, covering 235 square miles of land area. Located on 25 miles of the western shores of Lake Michigan, the County encompasses approximately 900 square miles of Lake Michigan waters.

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  • Grafton Area Chamber of Commerce See

    The Grafton Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to provide you with this information on the Grafton Area. Situated at the eastern end of State Highway 60 on Interstate 43 in the heart of Ozaukee County, Grafton offers a personal and economic quality of life that draws people and businesses alike to this crossroads community of well-kept homes, tree lined streets and small town warmth.

    Learn more about Grafton Area Chamber of Commerce
  • Luxemburg Cultural Society Learn

    The mission of the Luxembourg American Cultural society is symbolized as Roots and Leaves: Preserve the roots of Luxembourg heritage/culture in America and nurture the leaves of ongoing relationships of family, friendship, commerce, and tourism between Luxembourg and America!

    Learn more about Luxemburg Cultural Society
  • Pioneer Village See

    Learn more about Pioneer Village and their special events.

    Learn more about Pioneer Village
  • Newport Shores Eat

    NewPort Shores is the People’s Choice of dining places in Port Washington. A spectacular view, exceptional food and service provide a memorable dining experience. All of our meats are choice and Dennis Getto calls us one of his favorite fish fries.

    Learn more about Newport Shores
  • Deano’s Steak House Eat

    Located in Belgium, WI, we strive to offer you some of the best steak you’ve ever tasted. So bring your friends and family and let’s meat up for some great meals. We’ll see you there!

    Learn more about Deano’s Steak House
  • Schooner Pub Eat

    At Schooner Pub, we offer great drinks, friendly bartenders and ice-cold Jager! We actually offer much more, but you’ll just have to stop down and see it for yourself. We offer Daily Food and Drink Specials! We’ll be updating them on our website shortly.

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  • Amy’s Candy Kitchen shop

    Our gourmet apples have been featured in many different media outlets including winning the “BEST OVERALL” by the Wall Street JournalWe have also been featured on the Food Network as well as on Roker on the Road, Fine Living and Epicurious magazine. We also take pride in our local community and have won many local state fair awards for our caramel and fudge as well as a spot as the “Best of Milwaukee” by the Milwaukee Magazine.

    Learn more about Amy’s Candy Kitchen